A lot has changed in the last year. As the COVID-19 pandemic rages on, many people are finding new ways to adapt their routines to fit the current restrictions. No one knows this better than teachers, who have miraculously found a way to educate America’s youth through a computer screen, often with spotty internet connections. Many people, educators included, are finding it difficult to get in their daily exercise under new constraints.
Teachers and students alike suffer from lack of exercise, and lethargy can lead to conditions like depression, anxiety, obesity, and heart disease. Luckily, there are ways to combat inactivity. Teachers, of course, are at the forefront of these innovative ideas. Whether you’re looking to stay fit as a class or are looking for some individual routines, experts offer their advice on how to stay fit during remote learning.
Workout videos and home equipment are a great place to start if you’re committed to at-home fitness. The right tools can really elevate your routine, according to Mark Tiongco.
“The active seating products by Worthington Direct have allowed me a degree of creativity with my workout routine. During the lockdown, I was able to experiment and determine that active stools are balanced weights (not too light, not too heavy) and can be utilized for both compound and isolation exercises. They’re great for developing muscular endurance while introducing your body to motions you’re not used to (e.g., finally started doing squats again as my flat feet makes balancing heavy weights difficult).”Continue reading